As a financial organizer, my objective is to bring more ease and order to my clients' lives.

Sometimes It’s the Little Things That Make a Difference

Karen Caccavo Daily Money Managers, Financial Organizing, Living Independently, Working with Seniors

As financial organizer / daily money manager, my objective is to bring more ease and order — to make a difference — in my clients’ lives. I achieve this in a variety of ways. I often start by tackling the big issues that are making life difficult for a client.  Erratic bill-paying? I create a system so bills are scrutinized …

With the aging population, you may find you are called in to help a senior with their personal financial life. If so, here are 3 essential tips….

3 Essential Tips for Working with the Seniors in Your Life

Karen Caccavo Paperwork Organizing, Working with Clients, Working with Seniors

I recently spoke to a local Rotary about my best tips, as an experienced financial organizer / daily money manager, for working effectively with seniors on their financial paperwork. Not everyone chooses, as I have, to make working with clients and their paperwork their career.  But, with the aging population, you may find that you are called in help a …

Should I stay or should I move

How to Decide: Should I Stay or Should I Move?

Karen Caccavo Home & Moving

Now that we have survived another Northeast winter, many of my senior clients are wondering, “Should I stay or should I move?”  They often ask me for my input as their trusted advisor (daily money manager/ financial organizer). Here are some ideas I share with people going through this decision-making process.  If you are a senior contemplating whether or not …